Unique Physics-Puzzler "Colour Bind" Now Available

Imagine a world where Newton's Laws of Gravity are connected to Picasso's Laws of Colour. In Finn Morgan's devilish spin on the traditional physics-platform genre, the colour of objects is tied to the push and pull of gravity. You must manipluate switches and break through obstacles in ways that will make you question whether what goes up must, indeed, come down.

To see what we mean, check out the launch video on Youtube  or download it from the Colour Bind site .

"Colour Bind" is now available on Steam and through Amazon for $9.99.

As an added bonus for puzzle players, Puppy Punch Productions is also announcing a contest with real trophies - not just Steam badges.

Be the first to complete all the game levels! Beat the secret levels in record time! Design a level and have it judged by "Colour Bind" designer, Finn Morgan, himself! And more!

Details are available at  http://www.colourbind.com/blog/colour-bind-competition/

We still have review codes available for those of you interested in checking out an independent game with style, including a beautiful soundtrack that transports you to this peculiar dimension.

Game Details

Colour Bind

Developer:

Finn Morgan

Publisher:

Puppy Punch Productions

Platform:

PC (soon to Mac and Linux)

Genre:

Physics Puzzle Game

Release Date:

September 24, 2012

System Requirements:

PC: Microsoft® Windows® XP, Processor: 1.4GHz or faster, 768 MB RAM, DirectX®: 9.0c

Mac: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later, Intel Mac 1.0 GHz or better, 512 MB RAM

Links:

- Official Website

- Facebook

- Twitter

- YouTube


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